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. >>> in just over a week, secretary of state hillary clinton will testify on the 9/11 attack in benghazi, libya. clinton will talk to a house committee on january 23rd. earlier plans for her to testify were canceled when clinton got sick, suffered a concussion and was hospitalized for treatment of a blood clot in her head. the attack on the american compound in benghazi claimed the stevens, sean smith, tyronn woods and glenn dougherty. >>> now for a look at the weather, here's nbc's dylan dreyer. >> l.a. should get back into the 70s soon enough but we'll see a nice break from the mountain snow. there isn't much on the radar here showing up anywhere from seattle right down into l.a. and even over into phoenix, too. we do have a stalled front sitting across the southeast. that's where all the rain is focused on today. also just north of dallas up into oklahoma, that's where we'll see some snow and ice this morning. here you see seattle, portland down into san francisco and l.a., san diego, too, nothing going on. some expected snowfall through northern wyoming. we're looking for about 3 to 6 inche
. >> good afternoon, everyone. >> reporter: the secretary of state clinton made it very clear who the u.s. government holds ultimately responsible. >> let's not forget, this is an act of terror. the perpetrators are the terrorists. >> reporter: tonight, that same terror group had a message for the government in algeria. they will strike again. stephanie gosk, nbc news, new york. >> leading news in this country, the awful flu season hit a new milestone today. it's now reported as widespread in 48 of our 50 states. with reported cases increasing now on the west coast. the nationwide death toll now includes 29 children. sadly, that number is up by nine since just last week. we're joined here again tonight by our chief medical officer here at nbc, dr. tanya benenson. doc, i noticed today the numbers showing pneumonia also up. why is that? >> well, pneumonia is the most common complication from the flu. but we are seeing higher numbers of pneumonia than we would expect. and that's in the high risk people. so you have people with chronic illnesses, weak immune systems. the very young, under 2
clinton. he's a colorful man. tonight the interview with uc berkeley professor robert reich. though he stands just 4'10" robert reich is a giant. from the beltway to berkeley. >> my first whiff of berkeley was this mixture of eucalyptus/marijuana/tear gas. i thought, i've arrived. >> arrived in 1968 as a grad student and, since then, reich has not just seen the world but has helped shape it. >> trickle-down economics is bunk. it always was. >> the left leaning reich has worked for several presidents. his relationship with mr. clinton is dynamic thanks in part to mrs. clinton. >> i knew bill clinton when he was 22. both of us were rhodes scholars together. we were assigned to the same college at oxford, became good friends. and even before that, when i was an undergraduate, i knew hillary. she was an undergraduate. >> did you go out on a date with hillary clinton? is that the buzz? >> i think i did. >> does bill know? >> yeah. she was president of her freshman class and i was president of my sophomore class at dartmouth. and the only way i could think was to suggest a presidential summi
with the president's cabinet. diplomatic dignitaries and two forms presidents, president carter and clinton will be here, both president bushs will not be ascending this inauguration. things, as you say, should get under way about 11:30. the president and vice president will be introduced sometime after 11:00. we would expect them to take their seats near the front of the stage. the families, of course, will be with them. what is more stunning than the view behind me is the view that the president will have as he looks up the mall at thousands and thousands of people. while the numbers may be smaller than what he saw last year, we know that's stunning a view as you see here to address a crowd of this magnitude before him on a winter's day here. not as pleasant as it was yesterday. in fact, in those vip seats behind me, there are neatly folded blue -- look like very thick blankets for all the guests who will be on the stage here. and they will likely need them. but folks are also crowding here, the invited guests. just on this side of the west front. so all is ready here for the second inaug
complex. hillary clinton is urging the government to do everything possible to protect the remaining workers who were taken hostage on wednesday. >> in health matters, lap band surgery is a safe and long-term solution for obesity. this after a study following people who got the procedure in 1994 when it was first introduced. the majority maintained an average weight loss of 57 pounds for more than a decade. and 75% of patients with type two diabetes no longer needed medicine to control their blood sugar. >>> the older it gets the harder it is to multi-task. blood flow was monitored in the brains of young and older adults as they multi-tasks. older adults needed more blood in the brain. they are doing studies to see if training studies can help bring the brain young. >>> just in time for inauguration, the president's official portrait was released for his second term. and as you see, he has a big smile on his face, what a difference from his portrait four years ago, he was not as grey and his smile not as big. and the first lady sporting a new hair-do. to show off her new bangs. we wi
was first to be broadcast on the internet. president obama, president george w. bush, bill clinton, or ronald reagan? >> bill clinton. >> hmm. poor hoda. >> wait. she got $100? >> so tell us, he was the first? >> it was his second inauguration in 1997, and before you start thinking the white house was super internet savvy, bear in mind bill clinton sent a grand total of two emails during his eight years. his eight years in office. >> are you kidding? >> not kidding. >> world has changed. back across to kath. >> young man from chico, california. who will be one of the performers not singing at president barack obama's second inauguration? beyonce', kelly clarkson, carly rae jepsen or james taylor. who won't be there? >> carly rae jepsen. >> poor hodie. >> this is a bad day. this is a terrible, terrible day for me and my book. >> you know what, hoda. i figured it out, though. they can take the money that they win and buy your book at barnes & noble. >> they can buy four books. okay. carly rae jepsen, the one. >> i guess he didn't call her maybe. >> girl, i thought you were going to g
with this. back in the '90s, when the clinton administration had a so-called assault weapons ban, that also included a ban on high-capacity magazines, and that's -- none of the did any good, had any impact. there are a couple of reasons for that. in terms of the magazines, these things, there are millions of them out there. very inexpensive, and you get into this sort of bidding match. you shouldn't have a 30-round magazine, 20-round, the president says we have a 10. the governor says i can top that, we'll have a seven-round magazine. this is all sort of makes you feel good, but, in fact, it doesn't do much. now, if you are out there, and if you are crazy and you have a gun like this, and if you are going to shoot people with it, it takes a second to change the magazines. >> i have to ask you about n ad the nra put out that mentions the president's daughters and calls the president an elitist hypocrite. he is skeptical about putting armed guards in schools and yet his own daughters have armed protection at their school. the white house says this is a cowardly act. was that necessary in your
contra. and bill clinton's personal behavior that got him in hot water. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman ms. lewinsky. >> and the fallout took a year of his presidency. when he survived an impeachment trial, "saturday night live" dubbed him the ultimate comeback kid. >> i am bulletproof. >> i earned capital in the campaign. and now i intend to spend it. >> despite the pledge in 2004, george w. bush's second term was marred by a slew of bad headlines. >> you're doing a heck of a job. >> still second terms can offer a shot at redemption. reagan for the end of the cold war. >> mr. gorbachev, tear down this wall. >> humor can also go a long way. like when president clinton, with a little help from his wife, mocked his own lame duck status with unforgettable video from his final months in office. >> i really think bill has everything under control. >> wait, wait, wait. you forgot your lunch. >> for "today", peter alexander, nbc news, the white house. >>> up next on "today", our love affair with presidential mets as we continue live from washington, d.c. right after t
, the u.s. has recognized the government of somalia. secretary of state hillary clinton calls the official recognition a milestone in somalia's fight against islamic extremists. somali's president was in washington. the u.s. has not recognized somalia since 1991 when warlords overthrew the government and a civil war followed. >>> first lady michelle obama was in fine form celebrating her 49th birthday. the white house said the president and mrs. obama dined with friends last night at an italian restaurant at washington's upscale georgetown neighborhood. earlier in the day, the first lady debuted her hairdo featuring new bangs in a twitter pic she featured online. we'll see if the new do is there for inauguration day. very cute. >> in fact preparations for the parties and the president's big day is well under way. nbc's tracie potts has details. hi. >> reporter: hi, good morning. it's a lot of work. i want to show you some animation that gives you a virtual look at what people will see and what you're seeing if you're not here televised on monday when president obama for the second time thi
literal. former first daughter chelsea clinton encouraged people to do more than just celebrate on this inauguration weekend. some chose to create cards to cheer up kids in hospitals. >> everyone that helps the unfortunate families, so we made several card force them. >> reporter: others wrote letters to military veterans, some helped animals. this woman brought her sister, and had a message for the rest of us. >> they need to get up, get off their backside and get out and do something for someone else. >> a message these volunteers hope will echo long beyond this national day of service. brian moar, nbc news, washington. >>> we'll have extension coverage of the inauguration on air and online. go to nbcbayarea.com for live streaming video and photo galleries. there will be live reports from washington, d.c. starting tomorrow morning. >>> the presidential inauguration will happen thousands of people thousands of miles away, but hundreds in the bay area are also participating in it through the national day of service. volunteers gave their time today to take part in a habitat for
to be televised was harry truman and the first streams in the internets was bill clinton's second. lincoln's parade was the first to include african-americans acknowledged wilson's was the first to include women. bad weather moved some indoors. grants touched it out in 16 degrees and jack kennedy in 20 degrees without an overcoat. f.d.r.'s inauguration was the first held in january after a constitutional amendment moved the date up from march. finally more people witnessed brom's first than any other event ever held in washington. >> wow, i love that stuff. chris: thanks to our producer for that great, great great product there. anyway, you had something to add. >> my colleague, aleash yarks pointed out that obama will be the first president since f.d.r. to take the oath of office four times. he flubbed the first one and had to redo it. this time because it falls on a sunday he'll do it privately on sunday and then redo it on monday. chris: when we come back, only one other guy. in the first term the obama family was close to perfect. no mistakes. >> they don't want to sneand much time wit
clinton didn't want to miss his chance of seeing kelly clarkson up close and personal. the former commander in chief was caught sneaking a peek. and leave it to families to embarrass. obama brother-in-law had his own 15 minutes of fame hamming it up over the president's shoulder. eric cantor was caught making a sour faces during richard blanco's reading of a poem. doesn't look like a fan there. and malia caught in hopping for a quick photo bomb as sasha tried to snap a moment of the parents. both daughters were in good spirits, hopping and bouncing as guests took the stage. malia showed off her moves. it's so nice to see the girls grow up. from 2004 to now -- >> you've seen the change from, you know, president obama from four years ago and how he's changed, and then the girls, too. watching them grow up and seeing them in that moment, just enjoying it was awesome. >> absolutely. michelle obama always says she wants them to be normal, nice and well mannered. >> seems like she's doing a great job. >> doing a great job. members of congress will hold a news conference to mark the 40th
connections and went to a number of the parties and had a very good time. >> reporter: he was moved by clinton's inaugural. really felt clinton was going to change the world and that was some party. >> i barack hussein obama -- >> reporter: of them all the highlight was four years ago when he attended president obama's first inauguration and though a ticket snafu can kept him from getting into the event he happily watched from a tv in a washington hotel. >> it's the experience of being there, of being part of it. >> reporter: this weekend he will head to washington, d.c., for president obama's second swearing in, stocking up on cold weather gear for the occasion. >> this is weird. i remember long underwear with the flaps and stuff, you know. this stuff is like pantyhose. >> reporter: this time he plans to bring his son for the very first time to witness democracy's premiere event. joe rosato jr. nbc bay area news. >> you were at barack obama's first inauguration. >> i was. i covered that and it was freezing. can i just say my memory is just that i was like this through the whole thing. a littl
. >> and chelsea clinton reports on a life story changing lives for thousands of girls. >> it makes them feel special, makes them feel they can get over things. >> plus, the mother of all basement hobbies, one that has to be seen to be believed. >> good evening and welcome to "rock center." tonight, we devote much of our broadcast to explosive accounts from members of the church of scientology. you'll get a look at the interview with a hollywood actor whose break from scientology. and you'll also hear from lawrence wright, whose controversial new book on the church "going clear" came out just today. he set out to understand why some members commit themselves so deeply to scientology. what he found adds a complicated, often troubling layer to our understanding of the church. harry smith has our report. >> reporter: why did you finally leave the church? >> i was ashamed of my own stupidity. of how i could have been so purposely blind for so many years. >> reporter: paul is the oscar winner writer and actor in "cra "crash" and most famous scientologist to leave the church and speak out publicly.
. >> that was hillary clinton's husband! >> reporter: it was definitely a girl's night. hbo upstart "girls" won best tv comedy and the first female hosting duo. >> "hunger games" was one of the biggest films of the year and also the six weeks it took me to get into this dress. >> "life of pi" i'm going to call the next six weeks after i take this dress off. >> reporter: "zero dark thirty's" jessica chastain won best actress in a drama, but it was jodie foster who brought the night's most dramatic moments. accepting a lifetime achievement award, the notoriously private actress got personal. >> loud and proud, right? so i'm going to support on this. i am single. i already did my coming out about 1,000 years ago. >> then brought a-listers to tears with a touching message to her 84-year-old mother. >> i know you're inside those blue eyes somewhere. i love you, i love you, i love you. >> i think this was one of the first times we really saw her humanize herself. >> reporter: a dramatic night full of big winners. >> "les miserables". >> reporter: and plenty of golden moments. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, holl
. >> reporter: there were a few famous faces among the thousands here. chelsea clinton the day's honorary chair. >> hey! >> reporter: actresses angela bassett and eva longoria saying it's about time. >> time is probably the greatest donation you can give to any organization. volunteering your time to paint a classroom or read a book or, you know, mentor. >> reporter: across the country organizers expect a quarter million to take part in today's national day of service. lester? >> ron mott, thanks. we'll have live coverage of president obama's official swearing-in tomorrow just before noon eastern, and on monday, inauguration day, covering it all day long beginning with "today" on nbc. >>> that's "nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt reporting from washington. i'll see you tomorrow morning on "today" and right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> right now at 6:00, a deadly shooting shuts down an east bay bart station for hours. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez in for diane dwyer tonight. we begin with that developing story in the east bay where right now detectives are
of the supreme court, former president and mrs. carter, former president and secretary clinton. at mid morning, the presidential procession left the white house and made its the way to the capitol. a journey of just under two miles, though the political distance lately has been much greater. >> thank you. i miss this place. >> at the capitol, the assembled crowd got its first glimpse of the obama family. daughters, malia and sasha, everyone remarking at once how much they have grown since this same event four years ago. then first lady michelle obama. and finally, the man of the hour. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states, barack h. obama. >> in honor of martin luther king day, the inaugural invocation was delivered by myrlie evers williams. the wife of the slain civil rights leader, medgar evans. >> 100 years after the emancipation proclamation and 50 years after the march on washington, we celebrate the spirit of our ancestors. >> vice president biden was sworn in by supreme court justice sonia sotomayor. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. ♪ ♪
. a nod to the struggling economy. president clinton, by the way, holds the record official inaugural balls with 14 in 1997, when he was re-elected to a second term. >> so help you god? >> so help you god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> regardless of your political believes, it's a proud day for millions of americans. the balls came hours after the president was ceremoniously sworn in before hundreds of thousands of people who packed the national mall. mr. obama delivered an impassioned address, touching on a number of political and social issues, including same-sex rights. nbc's jean elliot joins us from treasure island. the president was bold, as you saw earlier today, and his comments really resonate here in the bay area, don't they? >> reporter: the president made it clear he believes same-sex couples should be treated equally under the law. here in the bay area, same-sex couples say it is an emotional moment because so many are ready to say "i do" legally. >> this could be the year that we actually legally get married. >> i can still fit in the dress. >> francis and jen ar
clinton did so effectively at the convention. i also think that politically, you know, the president doesn't quite like to mix it up in these deals the way, say, his vice president i think very effectively does and i think that that's something that would be good to work on in the second term. >> it's great analysis. russ, what about investors at this point? what should we be doing with our money at this point? smaller countries, why is that and how do you get a piece of that growth? >> i think the outlet for the u.s., i think we're going to have a decent year. it may not be great because of the fiscal drag. but i'm confident that the u.s. economy will expand. the question is just what do you pay for that? and as you know, we've been advocating more of a position internationally and the argument there is not that there aren't problems in emerging markets or europe but that their problems are better reflected in the price. the s&p 500 trades at a price to book about 2.2. it's roughly half that level in europe. >> gentlemen, thank you. >> thank you. >> see you soon. appreciate your time toni
's also rare that you get to talk to chelsea clinton. we'll do that in a few minutes about something she is working on and also about her mom's recent health scare. >>> we are trying to unlock the title of dan brown's new book. remember the hash tag is #danbrowntoday. savannah and the giant frog. ha, ha, very funny. 50 shades of robert langdon. that has a ring to it. and the mona lisa murders. very good. >> keep them coming. >>> let's begin this half hour with teachers around the country flocking to gun training classes. of course, in the wake of the tragic shooting at the sandy hook elementary school. janet shamlian is in katy, texas, with more on that. janet, good morning to you. >> reporter: we're here at tactical firearms. this is the time to come if you want to learn or target practice. on the weekends, the wait to get in here can be up to an hour and a half now. during that time in some of these lanes, you are going to find teachers who are, themselves, looking to learn. >> how many of you are teachers and staff of school districts? that's what i figured. >> reporter: the concealed
. we asked things of government that government was not equipped to give. >> president clinton, aware his second term would be the last of the 20th century, challenged americans to embrace the future responsibly using the word "century" 21 times to emphasize the coming of a new era. >> at the dawn of the 21st century, a free people must choose to shape the information age and the global society to unleash the limitless potential of all of our people, and yes, to form a more perfect union. >> and president bush, whose time in office became defined by 9/11 and the ensuing wars in afghanistan and iraq, laid out his vision for america's role in the world, using the words "freedom" and "liberty" 42 times. >> all who live in tyranny and hopelessness can know the united states will not ignore your oppression or excuse your oppressors. when you stand for your liberty, we will stand with you. >> so the stage is set for president obama's address just a little over 24 hours from now. what words will dominate his word cloud? tweet us @meetthepress #wordcloud. tweet us @meetthepress #word[ male an
, the waiting ends. >> while president clinton was successful in getting an assault weapons ban passed in 1994, clinton recalled how democratic leaders feared the ban would cost them control of congress, writing in his book, if we made them walk the plank, many democrats who voted for it would not survive the election in noe november. democrats' fears were realized that year. this time democrats said they'll proceed carefully. >> we're going to try to get something passed in the house. i'm not going through these gyrations just to say we've done something. >> they're not looking for new laws out of washington, they're looking for more involvement in their communities and families at the state level. >> two democratic leaders are going beyond what president obama is likely to propose. government mark o'malley says he'll push for tighter gun laws in his state. and in new york, governor cuomo signed a sweeping gun bill into law on tuesday that was blasted, saying it will have no impact on public safety and crime. >> besides those new laws he wants congress to pass, he will announce some executive
clinton is going viral as he sneaks a peek at kelly clarkson performing "my country tis of thee" and the first lady's brother, craig robinson, makes a goofy face over his brother-in-law's shoulder. even the obama girls, by the way, got into the fun. sasha's attention to take a cute smooch shot of their parents turned into a an up close shot of malia's mouth. >>> was this something john boehner's wife said to her husband? and what did boehner say? and by bringing sexy back for a second term ♪ i'm bringing sexy back that don't know how to act ♪ >> the clip even includes some clips of vice president joe biden telling everyone to get your sexy on. whatever that means. it's 8:01. let's go back outside to al for a check of the weather. >> thanks so much, nat. friends, couple of sweet 16s. what's your name? >> mikayl aand savannah. >> we've got somebody named savannah here. did you know that? let's find out what we've got for you. this is live. rocky river, ohio, streets slushy just to the west of cleveland, ohio. and they're going to be seeing more lake-effect snow over the next 4
to see chelsea clinton. she is the honorary chair this year. and eva longoria and angela bassett are also expected. so it's a good assignment for me today. >> pretty good. ron, thanks. we'll be joining you there tomorrow. all right. erica? >> thanks. >>> what is ahead for the president in his second term and how much time does he really have to get things done before becoming a lame duck? john harwood is cnbc's chief washington correspondent. good morning. nice to see you. >> good morning, erica. >> as we move into the second term, what is the biggest challenge for president obama? >> reporter: the biggest challenge is to secure economic stability, deal with the debt and deficit situation, the standoff he has with republicans. and then get washington out of the way so that the economy can take off. they're their are good signs that the economic recovery is getting into a fairly healthy territory. but the threat to confidence, the uncertainty around the recurring crises we've had over the debt limit, over the fiscal cliff have been an impediment. if he can get that out of the way, he could
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